OPUS restaurant is Vienna’s new gourmet address, where creativity and culinary art blend perfectly with Imperial traditions.
Architect Josef Hoffmann’s landmark Viennese 30ies-style stands in perfect harmony with cutting-edge modernity. Gracefully restored furniture arranged within this historic setting almost melts into elaborate wooden-paneled walls, whilst exquisite fabrics add gradients of pleasant colors to the scene. From a menu and wine list of complementary design guests select tempting delicacies and fine wines to experience an enchanting evening amidst sensory splendor.
Light variations of Austrian-style cooking fuse with current global trends, served in modern interpretations of superb design and taste. Prepared with premium regional products, exceptional creativity, and aesthetic skill, each meal turns into a unique, mouth-watering experience, be it Austrian Alpine beef, wild trout, or free range organic chicken. The culinary expertise of Stefan Speiser, the new Sous Chef who signs responsible for the innovative direction and quality, reigns supreme.
Elegant OPUS – with a direct entrance from the Canovagasse – is the embodiment of stylish taste at the former Württemberg Palace which became today’s Hotel Imperial on the occasion of the Universal Exposition in Vienna in 1873. Discerning global travelers accustomed to residing and dining at the most exclusive addresses have always felt at home here.
Spending time at a Viennese café has always been a favorite pastime for Vienna´s citizens as well as visitors. Viennese Coffeehouse Culture today is even regarded as a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Café Imperial Wien is a magnificent example of these beloved traditions and has welcomed many a great names of music, literature and the arts. Whether it is for breakfast, lunch or dinner or just to enjoy the exquisite aroma of Imperial coffee, every moment spent here becomes a highlight of the day.
The gracefully restored Café Imperial is a historical landmark that serves Viennese culinary classics, from the delicious boiled beef dish “Tafelspitz” or fluffy pancake dessert “Kaiserschmarren” to arguably the best “Wiener Schnitzel” in town. The Café Imperial Wien also delights its younger guests and those young-at-heart with a stylish new space, a venue in which the history of the Hotel Imperial comes alive every day. Here, guests enjoy the Imperial buffet breakfast and a glass of champagne, while their favorite egg dish is prepared before their very eyes, as the morning sun casts light on fresh fruits and golden honey. From noon on guests may also purchase Vienna’s sweet temptation, the famous hand-made “Imperial Torte”, or enjoy it over a cup of aromatic tea whilst relaxing in one of the historic velvety sofas.
The elegant Café Imperial Wien is renowned as the venue that has inspired philosophers, literary men, musicians, maestros, and tycoons for more than a century, within the former Württemberg Palace which became today’s Hotel Imperial on the occasion of the Universal Exposition in 1873. Discerning global travelers accustomed to residing and dining at the most exclusive addresses have always felt at home here.
The Imperial in Vienna is one of the few hotels in the world and the only hotel in Austria offering a personal butler service. After training at the Imperial’s sister hotel, The St. Regis in New York, and in butler schools in London the elegant butlers are on call. For guests in suites, the personal valet is always at the disposition of the traveler at no extra charge.
In-room check-in, personalized business cards, pressing service, shoeshine, a personal wake-up call and early morning tea or coffee at your bedside is only part of the service. Even the morning paper is hand-ironed! “If desired, the butler takes care of special wishes and accompanies you on your shopping tours in Vienna or even on a private jet to any other destinations”, says Butler Thomas Haftner.
Kärntner Ring 16, 1015 Wien, Austria
+43 1 50110-0
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